As I was showering this morning, I noticed the water pooling up around my feet. So gross! And I’d just cleaned the bathroom , too, right before the guests arrived. Part of the dreaded bathroom cleaning is pulling up the shower stopper and removing the nasty hair and soap scum, always exceptionally traumatic for me with my overactive gag reflex. I remember very clearly having done it, and how proud of myself I was for not vomiting.
So after I got out of the shower this morning, I checked, and what do you know? There was enough hair stuck on their to clothe a large rodent, and none of it looked like mine. How could a couple of guests here for less than a week clog up my shower! It takes me months to cultivate that level of infestation. I was whining to SodaBoy about it, and I think we got to the bottom of this sordid little mystery. I asked him,
Am I the only one who sticks their hair on the shower wall, and then wipes it up with a tissue and throws it away?
His affirmative response was his very rapid and very emphatic. I know it sounds disgusting, but surely it pales in comparison with a big slimy clogged drain. Inevitably the damn thing clogs up anyway, from the hairs that slide down your back, and that pesky business called soap. But all those hairs that stick to the hands during the shampooing and conditioning apparently add up faster than I ever knew. So tell me, bloggers, am I really the only one to practice this questionable brand of hygiene?